The Feynman Technique To Summarize A Book - Deepstash

The Feynman Technique To Summarize A Book

One can make use of Deepstash and summarize a book using the Feynman note-taking technique. Write a few paragraphs about the book as if you are explaining it to someone who has not heard about it.

Explaining an idea to a beginner is the best way to learn and also reveals the gaps in our thinking.

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